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Category Two: Evidence-Based Program Grants 2015

Twelve (12) county juvenile courts were originally awarded three-year grants for up to $100,000 per year to address the needs of juvenile court and/or any juvenile justice cross-system (BH/JJ, CW/JJ DD/JJ) youth designated as moderate to high-risk to reoffend. One (1) award has since been mutually withdrawn. All awarded programs are evidence-informed or evidence-based and have fundamentally sound QA and measurable outcomes. The overarching purposes of these programs are to serve youth locally with evidenced-informed or evidence-based community programs designed to meet their assessed needs, reduce out of home placement, achieve a reduction in recidivism, and achieve reduced admissions to DYS and/or Community Corrections Facilities (CCF).